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Win a C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max

Published: 12 April 2018

After extensive research among tradesmen, Carl Kammerling International has introduced the C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max - its biggest and most robust tool storage solution, with an impressive 35 per cent increased capacity and longer lasting performance.

A wider central compartment and deeper side panels, makes it perfect for storing test equipment and the larger toolkit. The central compartment has an adjustable divider so that sensitive equipment and tools can be stored safely, with easy access to kit.  The pocket area provides effective tool storage and deeper, square pockets offer handy storage and access to tools.

Maximum safety is vital when working onsite and the C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max features side panel restraining straps, to reduce the risk of an open bag tripping hazard.

Constructed from 600-denier polyester, the new Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max offers superb strength and durability, its long padded handles and shoulder straps providing carry comfort and heavy-duty, puncture resistant, zips keeping tools secure in transit.  A 100 per cent waterproof rubberised base deals with wet and cold conditions for maximum toolkit protection.

 

For a chance to win one of these superb C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max products, simply answer this question and email your answer marked ‘C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max Competition’ to competitions@cki.uk.com (Please include your full name, address and telephone number).

Q.  What percentage is the increased capacity of the new C.K Magma Technician’s Toolcase Max?

Closing date for entries is 27 April.

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14 June 2018 11:03:06
mark richardson

35% increase


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